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videogame

  1. Xavi Ramiro

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    Xavi is from Barcelona, Spain. He recently contacted The Lounge to tell us about his new works: a video game for children called ‘Monsters Band’ and a 3D illustrated book titles ‘Como dos Lunas Ilena’ (As Two Full Moons); doesn’t that sound fun? His vector graphics are well suited to children’s books, as well as editorial work. He is also an animator and creates artwork for games, multimedia and websites as well as advertising and merchandise. Visit his website for more.

  2. Stuart Kim

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    Stuart’s portfolio includes a variety of concept art, illustrations, caricatures, fantasy art and sketches. His colours are jaw-dropping, and it’s great to see the detail in his sketches. He currently works in the video games industry, having worked previously in web design. I had a tough time picking a few illustrations to display here on The Lounge; see more on his excellent website. 

  3. Mathieu Beaulieu

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    Mathieu’s work is full of zany characters, perfect line work and punchy colours. He studied animation at degree level, and then later worked in the video game industry, on animated series and advertising. Mathieu has also contributed to 100% Recycled Paper, an Illustrator’s Lounge initiative which is a collaboration of several artists (which we hope to launch as soon as finances allow).

    An all-round professional, he’s a pleasure to work with. He now works freelance, so if you’d like to commission him or see more of his work, visit his website.

    Clients include Coca-Cola, Game Works and Télé-Québec.

  4. Gabriel Mourelle

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    Gabriel is an Argentinean illustrator who started out as a web designer. Web and graphic design, as well as probably any other creative discipline, can teach us skills that can be transferred usefully into illustration. These web design skills are evident in Gabriel’s work and that’s probably why his designs for online games in particular stand out. It is a clean and clinical finish, but charged with emotion and you just want to reach into the screen and grab the work, hug it and squeeze it!

    Visit Gabriel’s website for more.